My field of expertise is groovy, funky music, soul, blues, jazz and alternative rock, but my love for music spreads much wider than that. I produce a variety of genres of music, from hip hop/ R&B / trap beats, singer songwriter instrumentals, rock, funk, pop, and even cinematic film scores.
I am a guitarist/ bass player, singer, songwriter, music producer, mix and master engineer and sound designer. I love to be in the studio recording and I devote my heart and soul to whatever song I have to work with. I work with Logic Pro, Cubase and Ableton Live (a little bit with Pro Tools as well). I have worked in a music studio in Berlin, where I recorded and produced albums and singles for artists and clients.
What I can do for your project:
- Guitar / Bass recording
- Beatmaking / Instrumentals
- Film Scoring, Audio for Games and Media
- Editing and Post-production
Tell me about your project and how I can help, through the 'Contact' button above.
9 Reviews - 2 Repeat ClientsEndorse Ana Ribeiro
Great work as always.
Ana has a great ear (and technical talent ) for mixing and bringing out subtleties in an arrangement — both sonically and rhythmically — that makes the song that much better. She's easy to work with, very responsive, and extremely professional.
Me encantó trabajar con Momma es muy versátil capta las ideas que tienes en la cabeza y logra encontrar el sonido que buscas.
So much groove it's ridiculous! I absolutely loved working with Momma T. Her ideas are awesome and she is very responsive.
Ana is one of the finest people I've recently come across! She goes out of the way for her clients and is incredibly open to suggestions. Highly recommend working with her. Mean little guitarist :)
Great producer with really good mixing skills! Loved working with her!
Incredible musician, very professional. You can trust her with tour projects
Amazing producer and mix engineer! Definetely recommend
Awesome music!!! T is great at producing, whenever I need help with a funky song she always helps making it extra soulful
Interview with Ana Ribeiro
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I am a self-taught musician and been playing since I was about 11. Played in bands, doing live shows ever since I was about 15, and from age 19 decided to pursue music production and recording. Studied Music Production in a private school in Lisbon, earned a merit scholarship to intern in a music studio in Berlin, where I worked and learned a lot doing recording, live shows, mixing and mastering. Working as a freelance music producer/engineer for little over a year and I've been having success working with all sorts of genres and artists.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: Real funky and soulful, lots of groove and sensitivity for lots of different genres
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Funk, soul, neo-soul, RnB, hip hop, trap pop, blues/rock, singer/songwriter, alternative, film scores and game music
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: My setup is simple but effective: I record through a Soundcraft mixer, have some AKG dynamic microphones and an SE X1 condenser mic for vocals. I monitor with Presonus monitors, on my Macbook on which I have Logic Pro, Cubase and Ableton Live and a whole bunch of software, virtual instruments and plugins like Waves, FabFilter, Soundtoys and many others. In terms of gear I have Fender amps (bass and guitar), a Gretsch electric guitar, vintage Yamaha 12 string guitar, acoustic Takamine guitar, a Marcus Miller signature bass, as well as a legendary Hofner bass, and a fender Telecaster. I also have several pedals, TC electronic, compressors, blues driver, Crybaby Wah, Vocoder and more.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I mostly record instruments for songs - guitar, bass or vocals, produce, make beats and instrumentals, as well do editing, mixing and mastering.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: A funky, low-down dirty feeling! I'm passionate as can be, and I growl and howl and hustle to the bone to get the sound I want and that the client wants.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Performing live, playing really funky blues guitar and singing my lungs out to entretain and move a crowd. But I'm great in the studio too!!
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Simplicity goes a long way